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Ørsted unworried in face of US election's climate issues

Joe Biden has presented a large-scale climate plan involving USD 1.7 trillion, while Donald Trump hasn't mentioned the climate at all. However, Ørsted's US efforts don't depend on the election, says the firm's onshore wind country lead.

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One of the very greatest divides between the two US presidential candidates is the climate issue.

Joe Biden has presented a climate plan involving USD 1.7 trillion to be invested ahead of 2035, while Donald Trump hasn't mentioned the climate during his campaign, instead working to retain US jobs in the coal and gas sectors.

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